Application Lifecycle Lead

CRM & ERP

Greater London Contract / 3 Months £400 - £450 per annum

Application Life-cycle Manager / Lead

Contract – 3 months

Location – City of London

Sector – Leading Insurance & Investments

As a Lead, you are responsible for managing a small team of analysts, developers and testers to drive delivery of a small module within a project (Delivery/Maintenance/Testing).

You may serve as entry level specialist with expertise in particular technology / industry domain/ a process / application / product. You are responsible for functional/technical track of a project.

If the above is something of interest to you please apply within.

Thanks,

hkirby@welovesalt.com

Job Reference: ALM

Salary: £400 - £450 per annum

Salary per: Annum

Job Duration: 3 Months

Job Start Date: ASAP

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